Reconciling assholes for nearly a decade.

The very best people discriminate

"They chose the best. Their friends and associates: white. Their motorcar: Cadillac".

http://www.revilo-oliver.com/Kevin-Strom-personal/55Cadillac-ad.jpg
Permalink Funny Bünny 
September 1st, 2006 7:04pm
And...
http://www.revilo-oliver.com/Kevin-Strom-personal/60Cadillac-ad.jpg
Permalink Funny Bünny 
September 1st, 2006 7:06pm
So, these can't be real, so who went to the trouble to photoshop a bunch of racist Cadillac ads?
Permalink Send private email muppet 
September 1st, 2006 7:07pm
They couldn't be real in the 50's? Really asking, I have no idea.
Permalink Funny Bünny 
September 1st, 2006 7:21pm
Hard to say...

Who is Kevin Strom?

http://www.kevin-strom.com/
Permalink Rick Tsang 
September 1st, 2006 7:29pm
There's no racism in America.
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
September 1st, 2006 8:11pm
Sure there is, but there's no Cadillac ads touting White Supremacy actually using the words "White Supremacy".
Permalink Send private email muppet 
September 1st, 2006 8:14pm
"Sure there is, but there's no Cadillac ads touting White Supremacy actually using the words "White Supremacy"."

Those aren't necessary anymore. We have key words such as "states rights" and Florida voting debacles instead.
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
September 1st, 2006 8:19pm
Yes, because states' rights is about oppressing minorities and not about undoing an overbloated federal government.
Permalink Send private email muppet 
September 1st, 2006 8:24pm
"During the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, states' rights again become strongly associated with Southern racial politics, with proponents of racial segregation and Jim Crow laws denouncing federal interference in these state-level policies. In 1948, pro-segregationist Strom Thurmond broke with the Democratic Party and formed the States' Rights Democratic Party, also known as the "Dixiecrats." Critics proclaimed the states' rights movement to be a smoke screen for continuing racial discrimination."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/States%27_rights


"The phrase, Southern strategy, was coined by Nixon strategist Kevin Phillips. For the years 1948 - 1984, the southern states, traditionally a stronghold for the Democratic Party became key swing states, providing the popular vote margins in the Presidential elections 1960, 1968 and 1976. During this era, several Republican candidates expressed support for states' rights, which critics have argued was intended as a signal of opposition to federal civil rights legislation for blacks. This strategy was largely a success, and the South is now considered a Republican stronghold in national elections."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
September 1st, 2006 8:36pm
I don't care what they're historically associated with by people with an agenda.  The phrase "State's Rights" has a distinct meaning which has nothing to do with racism, slavery, or farm animals.
Permalink Send private email muppet 
September 1st, 2006 8:37pm
In other words, to allow the subversion of a term or phrase is to give a victory to the subvertors.  :-P
Permalink Send private email muppet 
September 1st, 2006 8:38pm
LOL.  Words like "santorum" come to mind.  Boy, did that man get subverted like a motha.
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
September 1st, 2006 8:43pm
I think friends choose you at least as much as you choose them.  Your affordability chooses a car.
Permalink LinuxOrBust 
September 1st, 2006 10:52pm
I think racists with guns should be forced to join the Army and hunt for Osama.  hehe.
Permalink LinuxOrBust 
September 1st, 2006 10:54pm
"Your affordability"

LOL. "The human species has several characteristics:  selfishness, hatefulness, egomania, and of course, affordability"
Permalink Send private email Meaux 
September 2nd, 2006 12:11am
uh, it says right on the dude's page:

"Recently, some prankster has hacked some old Cadillac ads to make them explicity endorse what they said implicitly anyway (incredibly "evil" White ideals of excellence and exclusivity). I'm deeply shocked that anyone would do this."

however, there is some dissonance going on, as it appears the kevin strom guy is some type of white supremacist.
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September 2nd, 2006 5:41pm

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